To inspire you along the way I created this paper birdhouse. It is intended for a baby shower where the theme is ‘Feathering the Nest’. This will be part of the decoration. The template for the birdhouse is really straightforward, you can find loads of them online and they’re very easy to assemble. The fun part is the embellishment. I decided to incorporate the Sizzix Brick Wall Die all over the front, side and back facade of the house. I added some detail to the roof using my rotary cutter and for the little hole in the centre, I used a circle die with a scallop circle die. I think the cutest thing about this project is the hay inside the birdhouse – ItsyBitsy actually has craft hay and that worked WONDERFULLY for my project!
- Your entry can be anything hand made as long as it is not a card.
- Entries can be submitted until 10th June 2014.
- Entries will be open to audience vote from 11th to 14th June 2014
- Following this, the top 3 and finalists will be selected after combining both audience feedback and judges feedback.
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